Alcis is a topical cream that will help relieve muscle and joint pain arising from arthritis, fibromyalgia, overexertion, sprains, strains, tension, and even bruises. Unlike other topical creams, it will penetrate deeply beneath the skin, directly targeting the specific muscles and / or joints that are sore. The cream can be used virtually anywhere on the body, including the legs, feet, hands, elbows, shoulders, back, and neck. It comes in a compact three-ounce tube from which you'll be able to squirt out an appropriate amount of cream.
The cost of Alcis is $19.99 plus $6.95 shipping, for a total price of $26.94.
Price is from As Seen on TV Commercial page: getalcis.com
Apply a dollop of cream about the size of a quarter to the area or areas of your body that are currently affected by pain. Rub the cream gently into the skin that covers each affected area.
After you've finished rubbing in the cream, wait for a few minutes without touching your skin again. Within as little as five minutes' time, you'll begin to experience pain relief.
Each tube of Alcis is fairly small, containing three ounces of the pain reliever, so you'll be able to fit it in your handbag or whatever you use to carry things when you leave home.
You won't need to visit a doctor to get a prescription in order to use this cream.
This cream comes in a shade of white, as opposed to the clear shade of a variety of other creams, so you'll be able to clearly see how much you're applying and where.
Alcis is not hot or cold when it comes out of its tube, and it won't makes your skin feel significantly hot or cold once it has been applied, either.
There are some topical creams out there that stink, but this one carries a fresh scent that'll be pleasing to most noses.
The natural ingredients found within this pain-relieving cream include botanicals and antioxidants, which will assist with skin rejuvenation. Hence, besides relieving pain, this cream will make your skin look and feel better, too.
All adults of any age or gender will be able to reduce their level of body pain by using Alcis. It has not been designed specifically for a particular group of people, such as seniors or athletes, as some topical creams are.
In regard to this cream, there are no known negative interactions with other non-prescription or prescription medications of either the oral or topical variety.
When you use Alcis, you'll feel more free to do physical activities of your choice throughout each day, as you'll be less focused on dealing with current pain or wondering when it'll occur again.
It is safe to use Alcis up to four times a day, but exceeding that number of applications is not recommended, regardless of your level of pain. The cream has been designed to treat minor aches and pains, so if yours are more of the severe variety, you may need to go to a doctor in order to get something stronger.
While it's convenient that each tube of Alcis is on the small side, you may find that you need to obtain a replacement quite frequently, especially if you use the cream more than once daily.
There are many other topical creams available that'll soothe pain in the muscles and joints, but most of these don't reach as deeply beneath the skin as Alcis. Therefore, they likely won't relieve pain as quickly or effectively, as they won't be targeting the source. Instead, they'll distract you with a heating or cooling sensation that is only temporary.
It's a pain to have to swallow oral painkillers; plus, these must be absorbed by your entire digestive system before they'll start working. As they pass through the system, they may,unfortunately, lose some of their potency.
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